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Moving Van Music Woes. Need Advice.

post #1 of 5
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Hey guys.

 

So, I'm moving this week, and much to my chagrin I just found out that the moving van has no tapedeck, CD player, or line in.  Do you guys have any good ideas how I can get music for me and my passenger?  The two most obvious solutions would be portable speakers or an FM transmitter for the mp3 player, but I've been underwhelmed by the examples I've used of each.

 

To clarify, I'll be taking a Sansa Fuze and a fifth gen iPod (rockboxed) with me.  The Fuze has a car charger.  My roommate may or may not have an FM broadcaster for the iPod, but if he does, it's the one that left me so unimpressed last I heard it.

 

So yeah, any good ideas or gear recommendations?  Is there anything I just haven't thought of?  Preferably it would have to be something I could find in a brick and mortar as I won't have time to order anything.

 

Thanks guys!

post #2 of 5

Hmmm ... you may be getting to know your passenger much better, talking with no music in the background!!  The truck engine will probably be pretty loud anyway.

post #3 of 5
I'd tune in NPR or talk with my passenger. Or simply put down the windows and quietly enjoy the countryside, wind and sights.
post #4 of 5

old discman or whatever MP3 player you have, car charger, cheapest speakers you can find and some velcro.

post #5 of 5

The Philips TransCast FM transmitter is a good one to check out, too.

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